The Trump administration has taken its new traffic lights into its own hands.
Trump tweeted on Wednesday morning that he had ordered traffic lights be turned on at the New Jersey Turnpike and at the Pennsylvania Turnpikes in the hopes that they would be used to help prevent drivers from speeding through traffic.
The White House issued a statement that said the order was “in the name of safety,” and added that the department was “working closely with our federal, state, local, and tribal partners to ensure that all Americans have the opportunity to drive safely through these new and innovative traffic signals.”
The New Jersey Department of Transportation has posted a list of the new traffic light designs on its website.
Here are some of the highlights: New Jersey: The new New Jersey State Police traffic light system, which is part of a wider effort to redesign roads and improve traffic flow, will be activated at the Penn Station exit.
It will activate at 8:00 a.m. local time, about one hour after the New York Times reported that it would activate on Monday.
This will allow passengers to exit Penn Station from Pennsylvania Avenue.
It also will allow pedestrians and cyclists to cross at Penn Station, which will be made easier by the “red light” on the south side of the street.
The light will be lit at night, from 6:00 p.m., when commuters have a shorter trip to work.
The State Police said in a tweet that it will also make the new Pennsylvania Turnoff, which connects the Penn and Columbus streets, the first of its kind in the country.
“The Penn Station Turnoff is designed to increase pedestrian safety and reduce vehicular traffic,” the tweet said.
New York: The New York State Police tweeted a video on Wednesday showing the traffic light in use.
It is expected to go online by mid-November, the department said.
“New York State Troopers will be deploying a Traffic Light to help increase traffic flow and decrease the risk of collisions, and to reduce congestion.
Please watch this video,” the agency said in the video.
“A new traffic signal is scheduled to be deployed on July 4.
It includes the first-ever green light signal in New York City and will be visible throughout the day.
New Yorkers will be able to view this new signal in their smartphones, tablets, and other devices.
The new green signal will be illuminated at 6:30 p.k. for the first 30 seconds, followed by a red signal for 30 seconds.”
In addition to New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania are expected to use the new system, according to the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation.
Officials in other states will also be able take part in the deployment.
New Jersey Gov.
Chris Christie has said the state is “going to go green,” and the Department of Motor Vehicles is set to open its office in the state on July 1.
The department will also offer training to the public, Christie has announced.
The Trump White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the New Yorker traffic light.
Washington: The White Congress Office of Policy Planning said the New Hampshire Department of Public Safety would deploy traffic lights at the entrance of the state Capitol building.
In addition, the state will be installing two red traffic lights in downtown D.C. and two yellow traffic lights on the West Capitol grounds.
New Hampshire has two other red traffic light systems, one on the state capitol grounds and one in the parking lot of the U.S. Capitol.
The state also will be using a traffic light on the interstate, which has an orange signal and yellow flashing lights.
The New Hampshire Office of Public Information did not return a request seeking comment on Wednesday.
New Mexico: The state is using a new traffic sign, a yellow one on a side street in the Albuquerque metro area, that will also include a warning light.
The sign will be turned off in the early hours of July 4, after which the light will remain on for about two hours.
New Mexican President Susana Martinez tweeted on Tuesday that “all New Mexicans have the right to drive and live safely in the USA, and this new green traffic light signal system is a great way to help make this happen.”
The state said in an email to the Albuquerque Journal that the sign was “designed to help reduce the risk to pedestrians and bicyclists and reduce traffic congestion on our roadways.”
In Washington, the White House said in December that it was working with local law enforcement to get the new sign up and running in the Capital Beltway.
New Texas: The Texas Department of Safety said in March that it had installed new red traffic signals on Interstate 35 in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The signs are scheduled to go up by early July.
The Texas state Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles also announced that it has installed new traffic signals at Interstate 45 and Interstate 35 near the border with Mexico.
New South Wales: The South Australian Department of Transport said it would start using a green traffic signal in the middle